Beechwood beat Highlands 6-5 to win the 2023 9th Region championship
Beechwood beat Highlands 6-5 to win the 2023 9th Region championship
London’s Metropolitan Police will take no further action against suspended GB News anchor Dan Wootton. The police had examined allegations that Wootton used fake online identities and offered money to others for explicit material of themselves. Wootton has previously said he made “errors of judgement” but denied criminality. A Met Police spokesman told the BBC: …
A decadent night in a gorgeous hotel room needn’t bankrupt you. Suzannah Ramsdale selects the best cheap digs in the capital
Family were placed in B&B for four months down to ‘significant shortage of available accommodation’ at the time
Alessandro Dell'Acqua was in an anarchic mood, which landed his ladylike muse in a not-too-perfect, eccentric territory.
The downturn in euro zone business activity eased in February as the dominant services sector broke a six-month streak of contraction, offsetting a deterioration in manufacturing, a survey showed. HCOB's preliminary composite PMI, compiled by S&P Global, rose to 48.9 this month from January's 47.9, ahead of expectations in a Reuters poll for 48.5 but marking its ninth month below the 50 level separating growth from contraction.
The ad giant behind agencies Grey, Ogilvy and Wunderman Thompson is betting £250 million on AI to drive future business. The Superbowl – won by the Kansas City Chiefs – was the highest watched TV show ever since the moon landings.
Winners will take home £43,000 in move hailed as “a huge benchmark for disability sport”
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — A suspected missile attack by Yemen's Houthi rebels set a ship ablaze in the Gulf of Aden on Thursday as Israel intercepted what appeared to be another Houthi attack near the port city of Eilat, authorities said. The attacks come as the rebels escalate their assaults over Israel's war against Hamas in the Gaza Strip. The attack Thursday in the Gulf of Aden saw two missiles fired, the British military’s United Kingdom Maritime Trade Operations center said. It sa
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A former City trader looks back in anger in this darkly funny account of eye-watering bonuses and emotional detachment
As a professional lacrosse team returns to Ottawa this year, a local league and the owner of the city's last major team are confident it will succeed — but questions about the team's long-term viability remain.The National Lacrosse League (NLL) announced Wednesday that the New York Riptide will be moving to Ottawa, and will debut as the Ottawa Black Bears for the next lacrosse season.The move comes about two decades after Ottawa's previous NLL team, the Ottawa Rebel, was sold to Edmonton after t
Wall Street banks really needed dealmaking to make a comeback. It may finally be happening.
VICTORIA — British Columbia's finance minister says increasing the deficit in today's provincial budget is the right path to take in order to allow the government to provide needed services to people. Katrine Conroy says the government's priorities will focus on helping people through times of high costs and forecasts of lean economic growth. She says the budget she presents today will include a multi-year economic plan that forecasts declining deficits. Conroy offered broad hints about the budg
Erin Brooks picked up her passport in Vancouver on Jan. 18 to end a two-and-a-half-year fight to become a Canadian citizen and didn't hesitate to mark the occasion in typical Canadian fashion."I went straight to Tim Hortons to get my fix and then grabbed some bags of ketchup-flavoured Lays chips for my flight [that aren't available in the United States]," the professional surfer recalled in an interview with CBC Sports last week from her training base in Hawaii. "I definitely have some Canadian
Menopause can have a profound impact on women’s sex lives. A host of physical and emotional changes can cause libidos to drop, making sex unappealing or painful. A survey by the British Menopause Society found that 40-55 per cent of women reported a loss of sex drive, while it’s estimated that 8-45 per cent of women in midlife and beyond experience pain during sex.
British Columbia's First Nations Leadership Council is expressing extreme disappointment over the provincial government's decision to drop planned amendments to the Land Act that would have cleared the way for a shared decision-making process with First Nations when it comes to the use of public land. The N-D-P government announced it had decided not to proceed with proposed amendments after holding a series of meetings with stakeholders, citing a need to further engage with people and demonstra
TORONTO — More Canadians want the federal government to send more ammunition and other military supplies to Ukraine to aid in its war against the Russian invasion compared to last fall, the results of a new poll by Leger suggested Thursday. The embattled country is marking two years since Russia launched a full-scale invasion and plunged the country into a brutal war. The Canadian government has pledged to stand with Ukraine for as long as it takes to end the war, but the conflict has increasing
LONDON — A man who killed four members of a Muslim family in London, Ont., is set to be sentenced today. Nathaniel Veltman, 23, was found guilty in November of four counts of first-degree murder and one count of attempted murder for hitting the Afzaal family with his truck while they were out for a walk on June 6, 2021. First-degree murder carries an automatic life sentence with no chance of parole for 25 years, but the sentence for attempted murder can vary, with a maximum of life behind bars.
OTTAWA — Pushing a grocery cart up and down the aisles of Loblaws, Jagmeet Singh has to admit it's all a little bit awkward. After all, the NDP leader has lambasted the grocery giant and its former president Galen Weston Jr. — famous among Canadians for his 30-second COVID-era TV and radio ads — for "ripping people off." Today, however, Singh is just running errands. Well, mostly. He selects a loaf of sourdough bread and a bouquet of Valentine's Day flowers for his wife. In the dairy aisle, he e
Ottawa police and bylaw officers issued multiple "violations" to people who took part in a weekend rally to mark the second anniversary of what's become known as the Freedom Convoy, according to an email from the city's police chief.Chief Eric Stubbs sent the email Wednesday afternoon to Mayor Mark Sutcliffe and other members of city council, detailing the range of alleged infractions.It was sent not long after the city's general manager of emergency and protective services, Kim Ayotte, told med